moment, the shock, and these are clergy, they're supposed to comfort. they didn't know what to do. >> these parents, they did not know, they were waiting, hoping, seeing children come out and hoping that one of those children would be theirs, but for so many parents that didn't happen, and the governor was the one, you heard this morning, wolf, that ultimately told them, conveyed that information, that horrible information to them. >> he felt it was his responsibility, governor malloy, his responsibility as the governor of the state of connecticut to deliver this horrendous news. no news could be worse. children bury parents. parents are not supposed to bury their children, and this is an unspeakable tragedy that has afflicted -- that has impacted this small opportunity. under 30,000 people live here in newtown, and, you know, they've all gathered here. you see representatives from all the faiths who have come to remember, to reflect, and they hope bring some comfort to those who are in mourning.